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The resource for bikepacking routes, gear, insight, and stories..
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Hailing from New Mexico, USA, Tribulus’ Endover is a front rolltop bag that promises minimal weight and maximum #bikepacking functionality. After a few months of use, we share our thoughts on how it has fared… http://www.bikepacking.com/gear/tribulus-endover-review/
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In our latest feature story, Trien Pauwels (trien trapt) shares some of the high points and intercultural challenges of a solo #bikepacking trip across the world as a woman, framed by two starkly contrasting experiences in Morocco and Oman. Plus, she offers some personal advice for other women who are considering a long trip by bicycle…

http://www.bikepacking.com/stories/hooker-on-wheels/
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NEWS: In response to the growing interest in bikepacking, Big Agnes has announced “HV UL Bikepack,” a line of bikepacking-specific tents with shorter pole segments, a rugged compression sack that can be mounted to the handlebars, and other features that cater toward cyclists. http://www.bikepacking.com/news/big-agnes-bikepacking-tents/
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We just completed the forthcoming Armenian leg of the Caucasus Crossing, aka the Trans-Armenia. Here’s Logan’s full backpackless kit he brought along—capable of carrying five days’ worth of food and a full frame camera kit. Plus, six new favorite pieces of gear that he may never go #bikepacking without again…

http://www.bikepacking.com/plan/ultralight-bikepacking-kit-armenia/
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Last minute bikepacking companions are often hard to find. Thankfully, the online bikepacking community is a viable option when seeking an overnighter comrade. Read on for three of Miles Arbour’s latest “bikepacking with strangers” meet ups:

http://www.bikepacking.com/plog/bikepacker-seeking-overnight-companion/
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Bikepacking Might Kill You is a new short film that follows 14 riders as they head into the Idahoan mountains in search of rolling dirt roads, hot springs, and trout streams. Things fall apart upon hitting the trail and they find themselves pushing up snowy slopes, taking shelter from a hail storm, and getting split up. Still, they manage to make the best of it and came out in the end with this beautifully shot video...

http://www.bikepacking.com/plog/bikepacking-might-kill-you/
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This pair of Five Ten Guide Tennies has seen almost 4,000 miles of walking, pedaling, and hike-a-biking. They’ve been through muddy, rocky, wet, and bone-dry conditions in Cuba, Uganda, Rwanda, and the southeastern US… and they’re still going. Are Guide Tennies the best bike travel shoes available? Find out in this ultra-long-term review…

http://www.bikepacking.com/gear/five-ten-guide-tennies-review/
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Rear racks may not be the first thing that comes to mind for those converted to bikepacking, but in the case of fat biking, they can play an important role in how (and where) we carry our gear for extended trips. Here’s our Low Down guide to racks compatible with fat bikes…

http://www.bikepacking.com/gear/rear-racks-for-fat-bikes/
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Rear racks may not be the first thing that comes to mind for those converted to bikepacking, but in the case of fat biking, they can play an important role in how (and where) we carry our gear for extended trips. Here’s our Low Down guide to racks compatible with fat bikes…

http://www.bikepacking.com/gear/rear-racks-for-fat-bikes/
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